Five Food & Fashion Bloggers to Follow
Taste the Style
A virtual home for the food and fashion obsessed, Taste and Style is a destination for posts that range from interviews with Van Leeuwen Ice Cream truck and shopfront crew, to which one-piece swimsuits will convince you to swap out your bikini. Curated by a team of experts well-versed in everything from menswear to wine, you’ll find yourself bookmarking this site for weekly favorites like "Wednesdays With", "Boss Babes" (all about female go-getters) and emerging lifestyle brands that will make shopping, be it for food or fashion, a whole lot more fun.
The Love List
Jess Graves is the Atlanta-based blogger behind The Love List, which started as, well, a list of things she loves. Today, it’s transitioned into an online magazine that delivers once-monthly and a monthly column in Atlanta Magazine. Tune in for Graves’ ocassion-specific playlists and cocktail picks, and news about specialty boutiques located south of the Mason-Dixon line.
The New Potato
Simultaneously wondering what to wear to a summer wedding and what to cook for dinner tonight? Bookmark The New Potato, founded by sisters Danielle and Laura Kosann, for a site that blurs the lines between fashion and food. Featuring interviews with celebrities, chefs, and editors that disclose their favorites places to dine, where to shop and how they stay in shape.
The Spicy Stiletto
From finds at the local farmers markets to spaghetti-strapped dresses, blogger Serena Goh explores her passions for food and fashion on The Spicy Stiletto. Born and raised in California, now living in New York, Goh chronicles her love of fine dining, hot sauce, and shoes through the lens of her west-coast-meets-east-coast aesthetic.
Maison des Reveries
By day, she is a buyer for Saks Fifth Avenue. By night, Alexander Wang-loving blogger Gennie Yi scours New York on the hunt for tasty treats. From apple orchard excursions to Chloe bag-toting romps through cherry blossoms trees, Maison des Reveries will leave you craving both food and fashion -- and knowing how to do both a little more stylishly.